Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Thats known as a blue screen of death. you simply have to put in an operating system CD which is bootable (the one which you are currently using win xp vista or whatever) just boot through the cd ignore the first repair option and hit enter when the option for repairs appears for the second time just hit R and follow the options. you won't loose any data.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
turn on the system in safe mode by turn on the system and pressing F8 constantly on the keyboard. A booting option will come up, scroll to safe mode and press enter.
Wait a while for the system to run/boot in safe mode. After the system has been booted in safe mode, wait a while and restart the computer and the blue screen should vanish.
If it doesn't vanish, run the system in safe mode again and preform system restore by going to Start > All programs > Accessories > System tools > system restore.
Allow the system to restore and the computer will be restarted.
But if the system refuses to boot in safe mode, you will have to run windows operating system (XP/Vista) on your laptop, this is the only way to solve the problem since the system is not booting.
If you don't have OS CD, then you might have to purchase on or borrow from a friend because that's the only fix to this problem.
You don't need to perform full system installation, you can just repair windows with the CD. When you get the CD, insert it into the CD drive and the system will boot from the CD.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
If you get a blue screen that typically means something is wrong
Try this - Right click My computer under start menu-Properties-Hardware Tab-Device Manager and make sure there are no yellow question marks. Also make sure all drivers are updated.
It might also be software related, so check your software
If you still can't figure it out, take it to a computer specialist or repair shop and they will help you out to their ability.
If you are up for it, you can re-install Windows, but make sure all your data is backed-up before you begin
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
Sounds like Windows XP? If you have installed any new hardware lately remove it and try again. If you have installed any software or drivers recently boot into safemode by pressing F8 at startup and choose system restoreand set it back to a date when it work. If the laptop wont let you do any of the above boot from the Windows CD and choose repair install. This wont wipe any of your documents or programs but you will have to download all MS updates again.....good luck from Scott
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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